26 Tasting Notes
This tea has a very strong but pleasant orange flavor. Even though it’s a sencha, you can steep it for a full 3 minutes without it getting bitter.
I’m normally not a huge fan of Earl Grey, since usually the bergamot is a bit too strong in most blends. But Teany’s Earl Grey Creme is absolutely awesome! They add vanilla bean to their blend, which takes the edge off the bergamot and simultaneously enhances and smooths out the flavor.
Like Harney’s Cranberry Autumn tea, this is great when the weather gets cold. The citrus, almond and spices blend well, but you will be tasting more spice than anything else. But it’s a great, festive tea.
When you first open the tin, you’ll find several large chunks of candied ginger mixed in. The ginger taste is a bit sharp, but blends really well, while there’s only the slightest hint of peach, but it’s just enough. If you like ginger, you’ll love this tea.
This really is the perfect tea on a cold autumn day. The cranberry and orange mix great with the tea and produce a flavor that’s both smooth and tart at the same time. I went back to reorder this within days of receiving my first tin.
I didn’t think that I would like vanilla green on its own, but it’s surprisingly good. This may, in fact, be one of my new favorite flavors. I’ll have to try blending it with some other flavors.
This is a great Japanese green with popped rice. It’s not as grassy as most Japanese greens, and has a nice, mellow toasty taste. Great for multiple steeps.